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I had a similar problem, but it wasn't wubi. It was with a dual boot install of ubuntu. The following helped me: Booting From grub This is how to set the boot files and boot the system from the grub> prompt. We know from running the ls command that there is a Linux root filesystem on (hd0,1), and you can keep searching until you verify where /boot/grub ...
I am using a fully encrypted windows and as usual wubi lives inside the windows disk. and it boots up without problem.
When it boots, hold Shift to get the grub menu. Then press C to get to a Grub command prompt enter the following (be careful; no typos; nothing here will harm anything so just start again if necessary): search -s -f -n /ubuntu/disks/root.disk probe --set=diskuuid -u $root loopback loop0 /ubuntu/disks/root.disk set root=(loop0) linux /vmlinuz ...
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